The Limerick Regeneration programme focuses on the three key pillars – Economic, Physical and Social.
- Removal of Infrastructural barriers stifling connectivity.
- Develop connecting routes within Regeneration areas.
- Community safety through design & CCTV monitoring.
- New housing construction with mixed unit sizes and types to promote diverse occupancy.
- Renewal and retrofitting of existing housing stock.
- Energy efficiency improvements.
- Social and educational infrastructure - refurbishing existing accommodation and building further capacity.
- Environmental protection and management with attractive landscaping
- Improve quality of the public realm.
- Education and learning initiatives appropriate to each life stage.
- Health and well being of entire population - with age appropriate provision.
- 'Ageing Well' neighbourhoods to reflect changing demographics and respond to the particular needs of older residents.
- Employability and work interventions for people currently detached from the labour market.
- Targeted support for families with difficulties and youth at risk.
- Community development, empowerment and capacity building.
- Facilitate tenure and social diversification by improving the provision of private housing.
- Sectoral training, work experience and work placement and job creation inititiatives.
- Economic engagement platform bringing together all stakeholders and focused on regeneration areas.
- Social innovation/social enterprise hubs with support for start ups.
- Niche economic activities that can develop in line with national opportunity sectors such as green technologies.
- Developing a "knowledge economy" subsector in community development and enterprise as skills are built locally.
- Inward investment to be incentivised with long term revolving loan financing for new public, social and educational infrastructure.
- ICT infrastructure, skills training and usage projects to support economic and social development.